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Newark Photos and Recap

  • June 30, 2017
    Newark Photos and Recap

    Prudential Center
    Newark, NJ
    June 16, 2017

    For the first two months of Tom Petty & the
    Heartbreakers’ 40th Anniversary tour, Joe Walsh has opened nearly
    every show, so the mood was bittersweet last Friday at the Prudential
    Center in
    Newark, NJ as it was the last night out with the legendary Eagles
    guitarist,
    his incredible band and amazing crew.

    “Welcome to Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers’ 40th
    Anniversary tour,” Walsh said as his nine-piece band took the stage for
    their
    final time in Newark, “with special guest, me.”

    Joe’s laid-back vibe and great show have made for an
    incredible pairing to start the 40th Anniversary tour. His fans
    always made it in early to fill up the rooms for his opening sets, and
    hearing songs
    like “Ordinary Average Guy,” “In the City,” “Funk #49,” and “Rocky Mountain
    Way” to get things started every night has been a blast.

    Meadows
    Ordinary Average Guy
    Mother Says
    The Bomber: Closet Queen/Bolero/Cast Your Fate to the Wind (James Gang
    song)
    Take It to the Limit (Eagles
    song)
    Turn to Stone
    In the City
    Funk #49 (James Gang
    song)
    Life's Been Good
    Rocky Mountain Way

     

     

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on June 30, 2017

Prudential Center
Newark, NJ
June 16, 2017

For the first two months of Tom Petty & the
Heartbreakers’ 40th Anniversary tour, Joe Walsh has opened nearly
every show, so the mood was bittersweet last Friday at the Prudential
Center in
Newark, NJ as it was the last night out with the legendary Eagles
guitarist,
his incredible band and amazing crew.

“Welcome to Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers’ 40th
Anniversary tour,” Walsh said as his nine-piece band took the stage for
their
final time in Newark, “with special guest, me.”

Joe’s laid-back vibe and great show have made for an
incredible pairing to start the 40th Anniversary tour. His fans
always made it in early to fill up the rooms for his opening sets, and
hearing songs
like “Ordinary Average Guy,” “In the City,” “Funk #49,” and “Rocky Mountain
Way” to get things started every night has been a blast.

Meadows
Ordinary Average Guy
Mother Says
The Bomber: Closet Queen/Bolero/Cast Your Fate to the Wind (James Gang
song)
Take It to the Limit (Eagles
song)
Turn to Stone
In the City
Funk #49 (James Gang
song)
Life's Been Good
Rocky Mountain Way

 

 

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